Frontier gets Los Cabos green light

Frontier Airlines has been awarded final authority from the Department of
Transportation to begin daily operations between Los Angeles
and Cabo San Lucas.Customers can purchase tickets
between the two cities on, and in coming days through
travel agents and other online vendors. The new service, which will be
aboard Frontier’s new fleet of Airbus A319 with 33 inches of legroom along
with DIRECTV service and pay-per-view movies in every seat back, kicks off
December 9, 2006, just in time for holiday travel.

This new flight is a significant addition to Frontier’s current Los
Angeles service which includes five daily flights to San Francisco and
seven roundtrips to its Denver hub where Frontier offers connections to its
extensive network stretching to the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. With the
addition of service to Cabo San Lucas, Frontier will now offer three
non-stop destinations from Los Angeles, providing the only low-cost carrier
service to Cabo San Lucas, Denver, and San Francisco. Los Angeles joins
another Frontier Southern California destination, San Diego, which will see
new service to Mexico as well when Frontier begins its San Diego to Cancun
flights on December 16, 2006. And rounding out what has been a busy few
months for Frontier’s Mexico expansion, the Company will also begin the
area’s first low cost service to Guadalajara on December 22, 2006, with
convenient connections via Denver.